The recipe card went together very quickly. I printed my recipe from the computer. It took me a couple of tries to size and space it correctly so that I could then stamp the House Mouse image in a proper proportion and placement. Next, I colored the image with copic markers, added some clear glossy accents to the frosting and then sprinkled pink and red microbeads on the wet glossy accents. From there it was a simple matter of mounting the recipe on cardstock. I found an old doily that was begging for a purpose so I added it. There was a bit of too much blank space in the upper right corner and so I took that as a sign I needed to use my new Stampin' Up! doily punch. The finishing touch was adding a button and some DMC embroidery floss.
After the recipe card was completed it seemed almost criminal not to give the actual recipe a try, so I whipped up a batch of the baked doughnuts. This recipe is a white cake with cinnamon, nutmeg and clove in the batter. It tastes wonderful! And YES! I ate a couple. Well, you wouldn't want me to recommend a recipe that I hadn't yet tested, would you? They are very tasty! This recipe made two dozen doughnuts so before frosting all of them I am putting a dozen in the freezer to pull out and frost another day.
If you don't have a doughnut pan you can easily bake these in muffin tins.
Until next time,
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